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Thursday, 9 February 2012

Kelsey Grammar, the widely-adored and intellectual humorist, has filed a lawsuit with the Hollywood Supreme Court claiming that the widely-avoided and misanthropic director David Cronenberg has "totally ripped off" his popular and much-loved "Frasier" sitcom with his new movie "Dangerous Method".

In a preliminary submission to the Court Grammar said that "Frasier" had already done the inter-relationship between hyper-competing Austrian psycho-analysts.

"I was Freud and Dave (Hyde Pearce) was Jung. It was as clear as daylight, everyone accepted that and it's since been deemed by psycho-analytical experts as definitive. Even our mutua-muse Daphne is in there as an obsessively spanked sex object. 

"So why's this Canadian nonce come up with a new version? Can't he stick to grungy insects and exploding heads? We're serious artists with important stories to tell in a sitcom milieu. He's just a tosser."

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